here's mud in your eye

here's mud in your eye

A convivial toast to one's drinking companions. The phrase is meant to be ironic. I'd like to propose a toast. To all my best friends, who all came here tonight to see me off. Here's mud in your eye!
See also: eye, mud

here's mud in your eye!

used to express friendly feelings towards your companions before drinking. British informal
See also: mud

Here’s mud in your eye

sent. I salute you. (A jocular drinking toast.) Here’s mud in your eye. Bottoms up!
See also: eye, mud
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Here's mud in your eye! The toast from TV pundit Jimmy Hill wasn't exactly one of friendship or the act of a gentleman.
As they might say in the Rovers: 'Here's mud in your eye
BACK TO BASICS: Catching a ride across the muck-filled fields; BEST: Main stage drew thousands; GLASS ACT: Amanda Carlisle from Lisburn cools off at Fairyhouse; HERE'S MUD IN YOUR EYE: It was all downhill for these soft rock lovers at Fairyhouse yesterday as the Witnness festival erupted; FRINGE BENEFITS: Laura Hutchinson and Vanessa Sterry; KNEES-UP: Caked in festival mud, Kevin Kelly from Tallaght takes time out before the evening fun begins; CHEERS: Here's mud in your eye
HERE'S mud in your eye - that will be the message to bookies if one of the favourites wins the King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day.